‘I can’t think of a finer chef to have written a book on nutrition and diet for athletes’ – Tom Kerridge‘Top meals from the Michelin-starred chef who is also a champion athlete… Catnip for the style-obsessed, Rapha-wearing aficionado’ – The Times‘Alan’s food is simple, yet tasty and powerful. He’s been a key component for my training and racing.’ – Alex Dowsett, World Tour rider, former World Hour Record Holder and national champion‘Alan has completely changed my perception of what an athlete’s diet can look like.’ – Elinor Barker, multiple world champion and Olympic gold medallistA must-have recipe book designed for cyclists of all levels, written by Alan Murchison – a Michelin-starred chef and champion athlete who now cooks for elite athletes.As a cyclist, you can have the most amazing diet, but if that isn’t balanced with the right training load, you can still end up piling on the pounds, which will slow you down. Michelin-starred chef and leading sports nutritionist Alan Murchison reveals how you can enjoy delicious, nutritionally balanced food and achieve sustainable long-term weight loss whilst positively impacting your cycling performance. A follow-up to Alan’s award-winning The Cycling Chef, this is flavoursome food to get you lean and make you go faster.
The Cycling Chef
In a follow-up to the bestselling ‘The Cycling Chef’, Michelin star chef, elite athlete and celebrated cycling nutritionist Alan Murchison reveals how you can enjoy delicious food and get lean without it impacting your cycling performance. If you’re looking for the best form of exercise to lose weight and keep it off – nothing beats cycling. However, while adding cycling to your exercise regime can lead to significant sustainable weight reduction, this is only possible with the right diet. Using his 25 years of experience cooking in Michelin-star restaurants, in combination with first-hand knowledge of working with some of the world’s best athletes and coaches, Alan Murchison offers expert advice on how cyclists can lose weight without it adversely impacting on their speed, stamina or all-round cycling performance.